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Ski Area
“IF you ski you're in luck. You can take the Tram up and ski Sandia Peak's East side. When you are done for the day. Take the lift back up, take the Tram back down, and if time remains you could even play a round of golf in Albuquerque. Yes, there are NM winter days that you can ski in the morning and golf in the afternoon! ”
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Park
“Easygoing park offering a series of mountain biking + hiking trails, mountain views + picnic spots. ”
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Park
“The Balloon Fiesta is only a couple of weeks out of the year! People come from around the world to enjoy the sites of the balloons! ”
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Trail
“This intermediate to difficult trail is my favorite day trip. The La Luz trail will take you on a hike from the base of the breathtaking Sandia Mountains to the summit at over 10,000 feet. Enjoy amazing views and nature! ”
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Trail
“One of the most popular local trailheads in New Mexico which leads from the base of the Sandia mountains to the peak. ”
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Park
“Only a mile away and just breathtaking. Flat bike / walking trails. Lots of shade. Enjoy a picnic under the Cottonwoods!”
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Park
“We are only 7 miles from the first of many parking /access areas into the forest.”
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Park
“Favorite local starting place for exploring the Bosque through Albuquerque or Corrales.”
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Park
“Biggest and best park I've ever been to. You won't believe how much there is to do for all ages. It will keep kids occupied for hours. Dog park, Basketball, Splash Pad, Slides, Swings, even special needs swings! So much more! ”
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Park
“Paved bicycle trail with adjacent walking, running path from Alameda all the way to Albuquerque's Old Town. Outside our front door, there are miles of dirt irrigation roads for walking, jogging, bicycling; we are a 10 minute walk to entrance of Bosque Preserve along the Rio Grande.”
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Ski Area
“A Wide Selection of trails for beginning and intermediate skiing as well as a smattering of advanced drops. It is the convenience and the beauty from the endless vistas as well as the lodges that ring”
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Park
“Closest park. Great for kids! Several rather large kid play areas with lots of things to do. Also a very large field. Sometimes the city throws events here, like concerts, or movies. The community center also sometimes does activities as well. I believe there is a gym here.”
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Park
“Our favorite hike in the Sandias. 3.7 miles round trip, ~1000ft elevation gain, well-maintained, moderate trail. Nicely shaded and lots of views on the way up out to the east. At the top you get an expansive view out over Abq and west across the desert. ”
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River
“Canoeing and kayaking along the Rio Grande. (Yes, that's possible, and awesome.) ”
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